Grateful Dead Live at Lindley Meadows, Golden Gate Park on 1975-09-28
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Help On The Way-> Slipknot!, The Music Never Stopped, They Love Each Other, Beat It On Down The Line*-> Franklin's Tower, Big River, It Must Have Been The Roses, Truckin'-> The Eleven Jam-> Drums -> Stronger Than Dirt Or Milkin' The Turkey-> Not Fade Away -> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad -> One More Saturday Night
* with Mathew Kelly
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|Help On The Way ->|
|The Music Never Stopped|
|They Love Each Other|
|Beat It On Down The Line|
|It Must Have Been The Roses|
|King Solomon's Marbles ->|
|Not Fade Away ->|
|Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->|
|One More Saturday Night|
- 2009-10-25 07:23:02
- San Francisco, CA
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- Hunter Seamons
Subject: 10th Trip Around the Sun
Subject: Any show with King Solomon’s Marbles is fine by me!
Subject: Sweet Day in the Park
I was just off to the right an the first bump about 60 feet back, the joints were everywhere and no one stopped us. The police were there for crowd control. For a free show the sound was fantastic. The hills were lined with hippies and freaks, hair was everywhere.
At one point the White Panthers asked for donations to pay for all the costs involved in putting on the show. They sent 30-50 people out into the audience between the JS and Dead to collect money in coffee cans. My unstable girlfriend thought they were coming to get us and freaked out, not spoiling my fine trip girl, I was 17 at this point. She calmed down finally and enjoyed the music. She did that a lot, I got used to it, acid was not her friend.
Afterwards as the fog rolled in and people scattered you could see Craig C from the JS walking around taking pictures with various people. A group of us came upon a girl in a sleeping bag screaming, then we saw another person, she was being raped, poor form. A lady I know ran up and asked if she knew the guy or consented, she said no so my friend kicked the guy repeatedly with her hiking boots (waffle stompers)he got nailed by a few of us guys as well. The cops paid no heed. He ran, shirtless, shoeless and barely had pants. That was the worst thing I ever saw at a Dead show.
The entire show was a gem at the peak of the Dead the JS and of course Diga. Infreakingcreadible day. Never will I forget it. Sure wish they would have shows like that again. They were smaller and less organized in the earlier 70's. Tons of fun, take the family, enjoy a picnic, drop acid, float, dance, melt.
Subject: Happy & historic
Subject: Roll away the dew
"A woman in labor" perhaps the Dead need a warning label:
Help>Slip= Has been known to induce LABOR in the State of California.
The MUSIC NEVER was real sweet pretty sure I like this version with Donna better than the SNACK benefit earlier in the year sans Donna.
Not so sure about the T.L.E.O because I recently listened to the one from Dane, Wi.- 73 and I am not sure any version could even approach that one.
But the general vibe of this show is festive even with the calls for doctors and stretchers.
Phil joking about playing TRUCKIN.
The ROSES is pretty strong here- good harmonies and Jerry's voice is solid gold.
Here comes that correctly pronounced T-R-U-C-K-iN
This is not the crispness of Great American music Hall yet being very laid back is its strength and when it comes down to it we probably have this show to thank for a resumption of touring in 1976 the format for touring in 76 runs much more like this show than the more intricate and rehearsed GAMH.
Still you need both!!!
Nice Jam of Truckin influenced by all the tight Blues for Allah material.
Dang the jam in N.F.A is yummy!
This is also a free show I am assuming.
This is a generous helping of Dead for a freebie don't you think!
"Let's have another party like this again sometime"-Phil
Subject: One More Saturday Night, Chapter 3
Subject: A Revelation
I especially dig the thundering bass and crisp sound of Music Never Stopped.
A shame that the Dead did not play as many shows during 1975, but it was probably the long overdue break that made the rare shows so creative.
5 Stars and then some.
neat slice, great matrix 5star recording, 4.5 playing
"aegret" needs to listen 2 matrix with BOTH EARS & open mind, as if he was front row hearing both monitors and wall of sound i love both AUD & Boards
this is a Primo matrix!!! Have a Joygasm on franklins,GDTRFBas ass!!!
Subject: Listen to the Aud
ps. Seriously who goes to a concert (even if it is the Dead) at 9 months into pregnancy?? However, it would be cool for that baby to tell everyone he/she was born at a Dead show!
Subject: Some of the reasons this is a bit special...
Subject: too cool
Subject: Good Day in the Park